One of South Ken’s most loved restaurants has just opened in Soho bringing bold flavours and an abundance of sunshine to central London.
So maybe Fay, Grace and Marina didn’t love the adulterated name, but with all the bastardry aside Flavour Bastard’s bottomless brunch takes boozy weekends to a whole new level.
Officially the coolest rooftop bar in London, by our accounts, Notch is a buzzing sky-high industrial playground where a Brooklyn Williamsburg warehouse meets a Berlin yard sale, all set on the top of the Marriott Park Lane.
Taking its name from a colloquial Japanese expression describing a sense of anticipation or ‘butterflies’, Tokimeite is headed up by internationally renowned chef, Yoshihiro Murata.
Mac & Wild takes you on a journey to the Scottish highlands with the finest wild venison, game and seafood at the first permanent home of street food sensations The Wild Game Co.
There have been Duck and Rice whispers on the grapevine for months, and by months we really mean yonks! We first heard rumours of Allan Yau’s new opening in March 2014, so it’s pretty fair to say that Duck and Rice is 2015’s hottest opening! Why? Well, the high-end ‘gastro pub’ comes from the spearhead behind Hakkasan, Yauatcha and Wagamama.
You’ve probably heard about BAO, made famous by their regular Hackney post at Netil Market serving deliciously light, hand-made Taiwanese steamed-milk buns with flavour-packed fillings.
With 5 star reviews aplenty and the broadsheets oozing with yummy words that are comparatively orgasmic, Portland is a little slice of heaven situated in Fitzrovia, on you guessed it Great Portland Street
Lobster Kitchen serves up the sea’s sexiest shellfish inspired by the lobster huts that line the coast of Maine bringing New England to Central London.
With a buzzy open plan kitchen and funky Latin American music, Senor Ceviche pays homage to the lively streets of downtown Lima, serving up a large slice of Peruvian attitude in the heart of London. This is the first permanent residence of this much loved Peruvian pop-up, after a series of extremely successful pop-ups around London.
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